This Is How Stars Commemorated MLK Day

i have a dream

Dr. Martin King Jr.'s legacy continues to inspire new generations of Americans.

Jan 21, 2014 | 09:44 AM

Yesterday, America observed Dr. Martin King Jr.'s Day. Observed every year on the third Monday of January, the holiday commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday (January 15) as well as his civil rights legacy. His famous "I Have a Dream" speech continues to inspire new generations of Americans who strive for equality in all areas of life. Many of our favorite WhoSayers took to social media to honor Dr. King yesterday—scroll down to view their commemorative posts, and share what MLK Day means to you in the comments. 

Alysia Reiner
Alysia Reiner - How r u celebrating #MLK day? I'm at Abyssinian church in Harlem listening to 8th graders dreams & letters to politicians #inspired

How r u celebrating #MLK day? I'm at Abyssinian church in Harlem listening to 8th graders dreams & letters to politicians #inspired

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Constance Marie
Constance Marie -  "if u can't fly, then run, if u can't run, then walk, if u can't walk, then crawl, But whatever u do, u  have to keep moving forward"-MLK

"if u can't fly, then run, if u can't run, then walk, if u can't walk, then crawl, But whatever u do, u have to keep moving forward"-MLK

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Challen Cates
Challen Cates - "We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools" - Martin Luther King Jr.
#MartinLutherKingJr #MLK #MLKDay2014

"We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools" - Martin Luther King Jr. #MartinLutherKingJr #MLK #MLKDay2014

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